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Re: [libreoffice-conference] Keysigning key submission period closed, keylist published


Pete Stephenson wrote:

Hopefully that straightens things out a bit. If you have any other
questions, let me know.

In my environment, which is marketing and communications, I am the only
one worldwide able to sign emails (probably the only one worldwide not
to use Microsoft Outlook for emails).

People keep asking me about my funny telephone number (someone asks me
which is the carrier, and which country it is from...).

I will try to follow the procedure on my Linux machine (on the Mac there
is no way to make it work), and I hope to find a printer once I have
generated the file (the first part until the hashes calculation is
already done, and I have a PDF of the text file).

Thanks for the instructions, they are rather clear (but using the
Terminal is not trivial for an old man with a degree in humanities got
at the time of typewriters...).

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